I got a single crash at 525/1300 after an hour or so of CS. So I gradually reduced the speeds and kept crashing after a few hours.. How I am back to the Original Bios and still get a crash after a few hours.. hmmm
Originally Posted by yagiska
You only need a FAT drive if you are doing the work by hand. Now that alot of the work has been done for you, you should ignore the old thread for anything expect historical value.
Can you shed any light on my problem mate?
Its on the prevous page..
Heh.. Yeah I used the ISO from the first page. I boot of the CD and R:\ (Cd in this case) Dos prompt appears. The root directory of the R:\ containts nvflash and all the rom files..
I have not modified the ISO at all.
Out of curiosity, what results should 'nvflash -c' give?
I am having a problem flashing from the bootable CD...
It boots to the RAM Disk no problems..
When I go to flash the firmware with any ROM on the CD, I get the following error:
I/O Error: Cannot open file: ........rom
Anyone have any suggestions...
Originally Posted by vasvas
My brother works in pcworld (in the UK), he is the one who came up with this idea.
all the LCDs 17'' are the same size (L-W-D),so no problems fitting the LCD inside the frame, for the connectors I'll ask my brother how did he do it (he is the expert).I think no modifications were made. For the PSU ,my laptop has no problem dealing with the new screen (see the pictures).
Sorry to ruin the illusion, but sales...